Curvy fun on the snow


The fun doesn't just start when you whizz down into the valley on your sledge; the ascent is already a great winter experience. Whether you trudge through snow-covered forests on foot or admire the glittering mountain world from the lift; in the Upper Venosta Valley, there are varied slopes for every taste as well as rustic huts for enjoyable breaks in the cosy warmth.

Sledge runs
Watles sledge run

This natural toboggan run is ideal for the whole family. A toboggan rental is located at the summit station. The track descends four kilometres through the snow-white larch forest. After all the fun, you can relax on the sun terraces.

  • Starting point: Watles summit station
  • Ascent: by chairlift or 1.5 - 2 h by foot
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Length: 4 km
Natural sledge run in the Avigna Valley

The toboggan run in the Avigna Valley in Tubre is particularly family-friendly, because it leads along a wide alpine path through extensive meadows. Here you can almost see as far as Switzerland, because the border is very close.

  • Starting point: Tubre
  • Ascent: 1.5 h by foot
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Length: 3.7 km
Sledge run in Resia – ‘Vallierteck’

Pure nature is the motto of this toboggan run, which can be reached via a short winter hike. Start at the Reschenhof in the village of Resia. From here you follow trails no. 5 and 6 to the small pilgrimage church ‘Vallierteck’, where you can have an excellent picnic.

  • Starting point: Resia village
  • Ascent: 1 h by foot
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Length: 2 km
Sledge run ‘Talaiwald’ - San Valentino alla Muta

A special winter experience is waiting for you in the Talai Forest; here you can whizz down through the winter forest even at night if the snow conditions are right.

  • Starting point: San Valentino alla Muta
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Length: : 1.5 km
Sledge run ‘Ochsenberg’ in the Vallelunga

Tobogganing far from the hustle and bustle is best done in the unspoilt nature of the Vallelunga. You can get to the natural track on the ‘Ochsenberg’ by hiking through a snow-covered spruce forest to the St. Wendelin chapel.

  • Starting point: Caprone in the Vallelunga
  • Difficulty: easy
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